Caledonia: April 20, 2017 at age 62 years. Predeceased by her parents Theodore & Marie Halpin, her father-in-law Allan Klemmer, and her nephew Matthew Halpin. Survived by her husband of 42 years Paul Klemmer and children; Jason (Nicole) Klemmer of Avon and Erika (Kyle) Edwards of Caledonia; grandchildren, Liam, Cole, Grayson, and Henry; siblings, Susan Halpin, Mary (Robert) Halpin-McNamara, and Theodore (Marli) Halpin Jr.; nieces & nephews, Josh (Deb), Andy (Emily), Lizzie (Ryan), Lauren (Patrick), and Teddy. Also survived by her mother-in-law Vera Klemmer, sister-in-law Peggy Klemmer, several great nieces & nephews, many dear friends, including her longtime golf partner Sandy Driscoll, and her cat Itty Bitty.
Patty was the office manager at the family business, Dugan Creek Lumber. Through hard work, dedication and perseverance the Klemmer family built Dugan Creek Lumber from the ground-up to where it thrives today. Patty greatly enjoyed spending time at the family cottage on Conesus Lake where she would enjoy a glass of wine while watching the sunset. She was an avid reader, golfer, and greatly enjoyed cooking. She was a role model to many through her dedication to family and positive attitude. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend. She loved her kids and was incredibly proud of them. Patty had a special relationship with her grandchildren whom will greatly miss her. A truly wonderful person who brought joy and happiness to all.
Friends may call on Thursday, April 27th, from 4-7pm at the Kevin W. Dougherty Funeral Home Inc., 21 Big Tree Street, Rte 15 & 20A, Livonia, NY. Patty’s Funeral Mass will be held on Friday, April 28th, at 10:30am at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 99 Main Street, Scottsville, NY 14546. Interment will be held privately at a later date. A Celebration of Life Gathering will be held following Patty’s Mass at the Caledonia Village Inn, Caledonia, NY. Memorial contributions may be made in her memory to St. Agnes School, 60 Park Place, Avon, NY 14414. To send a condolence or share a memory please visit: